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Dyslexia Symptoms

Dyslexia Symptoms

Dyslexia symptoms can be defined as symptoms of dyslexia, known as reading disorder, a subtype of specific learning disorders.

Dyslexia symptoms are symptoms of dyslexia disorder in childhood, in which the right-left distinction cannot be made. It may progress with ADHD.

Dyslexia symptoms are difficulties in learning skills. There are 3 different subgroups of specific learning disabilities. The first one is dyslexia, which is a reading disorder. Others are dysgraphia with written expression disorder and dyscalculia with mathematics disorder.

Dyslexia symptoms can sometimes occur due to genetic factors. It is among the causes of dyslexia in environmental factors, not just genetic factors. Examples of environmental factors are premature birth, mother's exposure to nicotine and alcohol during pregnancy, unbalanced and irregular nutrition. Dyslexia can be inherited. Having an individual's dyslexia in the family may indicate that there is a risk of dyslexia.

Symptoms of dyslexia can be noticed in the kindergarten period, when dyslexia is not noticed in this period, it is manifested by the fact that, when primary school is started, there is no mental retardation or mental problems, and being able to leave behind their peers and cannot give feedback in their education. Children with symptoms of dyslexia also experience problems such as introversion and inability to communicate. These symptoms are noticed in primary education by the family or the teacher concerned.

 

What are the symptoms of dyslexia?

Dyslexia is the problem of children in writing, reading, and understanding what they read. The symptoms of dyslexia may be the first child starts talking late. However, this situation may not be a problem for families in most cases. After starting to speak, the child has difficulty in the pronunciation of words, the word memory is less than it should be. As age progresses, the symptoms change and increase. In primary school, more letters are written as the reflection of the correct spelling in the mirror. This is also valid for numbers, which is valid for letters. Children who show signs of dyslexia may syllable while reading, they cannot follow the line, they may have to follow them with their fingers in order not to skip the line. As they write, they construct sentences filled with typos. They show these and similar symptoms. Dyslexia can sometimes progress with symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity. In fact, sometimes he may think like careless, unable to focus, not concentrate, and thinking that he is ADHD. In this case, the child needs to be well observed and correctly diagnosed and treated without mixing with other diseases.

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